IHF Kenya at center GLD

Job Description

Attention Kenyan Citizens: Realize Your Dream of Leadership!
Have you envisioned being a Director of an institution, school, or non-profit? IHF is offering a
unique opportunity for Kenyan citizens to learn Global Leadership Development at our Nakuru,
Kenya center. Benefit from free training, a small stipend, plus room and board while embarking
on this transformative journey.
🏆 About IHF
IHF, an award-winning International Non-profit, has been actively shaping lives since 2001.
Our mission is two-fold: To educate impoverished children, activating their highest potential, and
nurturing healthy, loving communities. Additionally, we educate global citizens through real-life
experiences, fostering practical skills, and promoting the value of diverse cultures.
🌐 Program Overview
Local On-site Tasks: Four hours daily, participating in various on-site tasks.
International Online Teams: Four hours daily, contributing to global initiatives in areas like
budgeting, donor relations, social media campaigns, website development, and recruitment.
🎯 Local Tasks Include, but Not Limited to
Hands-on help with day-to-day center operations.
Cultural exchange and activities with children.
Support for the Peace Farm Project and learning about Kenyan agriculture.
Involvement in evening reading and study programs.
Management, design, and implementation of community-led projects.
🌍 Online Tasks Include, but Not Limited to
Budgeting and finance.
Donor relations and sponsorships.
Social media campaigns and fundraising.
Website development.
Recruitment.
🌟 Essential Requirements
Confidence in English (spoken and written).
Passion for international development, emphasizing universal education.
Career development goals aligned with IHF’s mission.
🌈 Eligibility and BenefitsRequires a college diploma or university degree.

Minimum commitment of four months, with an option to extend up to a year.

Benefits include a certificate of program completion, letter of recommendation, leadership and

management capacities, practical NGO experience, global network connections, and a monthly

per diem plus room and board.